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Back 2 School Fundraiser

Posted on: September 13th, 2011 by The Long Family

 

The Back 2 School Fundraiser letter writing party was held on Saturday, September 10th. Pizza was donated by Double D's Sourdough Pizza. Lemonade and ice cream were also on hand for all the participants. BNC's Back to School Fundraiser is going on now until October 15th for Nutcracker families and December 18th for the rest of BNC families. The goal for this fundraiser is $23,000! Click here for more details!

Video: Contemporary II’s Spontaneous Urban Performance

Posted on: September 8th, 2011 by The Long Family

 

BNC's Contemporary II class performed their first Spontaneous Urban Performance Lisztomania at the Louisville Farmer's Market on 9/3/11. Afterwards, those students and School Director Julia Wilkinson Manley hosted a ballet demonstration and taught the audience their Mercy dance. To quote a  dad  who was pulled up on stage with his daughter, "who knew we'd get to do all of this ! We just came to buy some apples!"

Be on the lookout for more Spontaneous Urban Performances from students in the Contemporary II class!

BNC’s Intersection featured in Dance Magazine

Posted on: September 8th, 2011 by Garrett Ammon

 

Runaway LoveDance Magazine September 2011BNC's upcoming production of Intersection is featured in Dance Magazine's September 2011 issue, read the full article at dancemagazine.com. Intersection opens September 16th and runs through the 25th, learn more and buy tickets here.

Photos: Young Person’s Guide to Dance at King Murphy

Posted on: September 7th, 2011 by Garrett Ammon

 

Young Person's Guide to DanceCheck out the Clear Creak Courant's photo gallery of BNC's company performing Young Person's Guide to Dance at King Murphy Elementary in Evergreen. We are off to perform the show at four more schools today!

Video: Satisfaction at 910 Arts

Posted on: September 3rd, 2011 by Garrett Ammon

 

Meredith Strathmeyer and Colby Foss rock First Friday at 910 Arts on Santa Fe. Learn more about BNC's Spontaneous Urban Performances.

2011 – 2012 Student Company

Posted on: September 1st, 2011 by The Long Family

 

 


This year, Student Company auditions were held on Saturday, August 13th. Eligible students in levels E/F/G are able to participate. This year, we have 21 students participating! They will undoubtedly have a great season with so many students involved.

Their first order of business? Hair and makeup training!

A Short Film from Intersection

Posted on: September 1st, 2011 by Garrett Ammon 3 Comments

 

This is The Empty Desk written by poet Michael J. Henry and recited by dancer Julie King. Filmed on location at Ranum High School (now Middle School), it is just one of several films that I created with the company for the full length performance of Intersection.

This show is the second of two major collaborations BNC has done with Lighthouse Writers Workshop to date. Mike and I developed Intersection together and he wrote a total of 13 poems for the production, which premiered in 2009. You can go here to learn more about the show and buy tickets.

We are delighted to bring Intersection back to launch Season 10 from September 16-25. I hope to see you there!

First Community Performances of the Season

Posted on: August 30th, 2011 by Garrett Ammon

 

Our first performances of Young Person's Guide to Dance this season were at Broomfield Academy, Nativity of Our Lord and Kullerstrand Elementary today. Our company, along with our production team, artistic staff and school director break into two teams to perform up to eight performances in any single day. What a pleasure it is to bring dance to kids across the community.

Toddlers-Teens Dance All Week

Posted on: August 30th, 2011 by admin

 

Photo by David Jennings.

Free Kids Dance Week

Date: Sept 6-12, 2011

Who: Anyone interested in trying dance (ages 17 & under)

 Ballet Nouveau Colorado is excited to present its free dance week for youth September 6th-12th, 2011. Ballet Nouveau teaches classes in a wide variety of styles for all experience levels; from ballet to tap, jazz to contemporary, or even pilates classes, there is a class for everyone!  Take a look at our class schedule to explore the classes available. Class sizes are limited and fill up quickly so please RSVP here in a timely manner.

All new students who enroll in classes during Kids Free Week pay no registration fee for the season ($25 value).

Introduction

Posted on: August 25th, 2011 by The Long Family

 

Hello!

Our daughter, Kaileah, started taking ballet when she was 3 1/2 years old. She was already taking gymnastics and having fun at that. But when a friend asked if she would take a ballet class with her daughter, she was delighted. After taking two sessions at the local rec center, we knew she loved it and wanted more in-depth teaching. We heard about BNC through a family at gymnastics (who was also a BNC family) and thought we’d give it a try. That was back in September 2001 – and we are still here today. Needless to say, the moment my daughter stepped into Studio 1 at 8:00am on Saturday mornings, we knew where she belonged. She has definitely grown up at BNC and has gone through all the levels from Preschool Ballet to now Ballet G.

Since our son Parker was always tagging along everywhere his big sister went, it wasn’t much of a surprise when he asked to take class, too. He started taking ballet when he was 4 years old and in the Preschool Ballet level. At first, we weren’t sure if he wanted to take class just because his sister did, or if he really wanted to because it looked like fun. But the huge grin on his face during class told us the answer. He is now in Level D and is still grinning during all his classes.

Although neither my husband nor myself grew up in the dance world, we are so very blessed to be a part of BNC and feel so lucky to have found such a wonderful home.

Rachel, BNC Parent